Knowledge Mobilization (KMb): Multiple Contributions & Multi-Production Of New Knowledge

5 Keys Of KMb (Knowledge Mobilization)

1: A Common Human Agenda:

A common human agenda of sharing and being open to everyone’s knowledge to create new knowledge to combat social problems and make the world a better place.

2: Successes & Failures:

An openness to  learning from each other’s successes and failures – recognizing that all in our common humanity share in our success and all in our common humanity share in our failure on this planet.

3: Web-based Technology Use:

While it may seem impossible to acknowledge billions of individual human knowledge perspectives, we can recognize recent advances in Web-based technologies enable us to communicate our knowledge for common social benefit to make the world a better place.

4: Collective Human Knowledge Action:

Recognizing and supporting the power of collective human knowledge action that does not come from the vast number of diverse participants or uniformity of knowledge experiences, but from the coordination of our differentiated knowledge and personal experiences through a mutually reinforcing plan of human action. Each human being’s knowledge sharing can fit into the overarching plan of creating new knowledge in combined human efforts to succeed in overcoming multiple causes of social problems to make the world a better place for everyone.

5: Knowledge Sharing Beyond Political Boundaries:

Never using knowledge as a weapon for harm but recognizing knowledge sharing as being beyond the political use of knowledge, transcending political boundaries to create new knowledge for our common humanity.

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